Earn 10 Qantas Points per $1 spent at Kogan

Posted: 4 December 2017 8:42 pm


You can score 10 times as many points until midnight on Wednesday.

Whether you’re ticking off your Christmas gift list or upgrading your latest gadgets, the next few days could be the best time to shop online at Kogan if you're a frequent flyer.

In a massive 72-hour bonus points extravaganza, Kogan is rewarding Qantas Frequent Flyers with 10 Qantas Points per $1 spent. That’s 10 times as many points compared to the usual 1 Qantas Point per dollar you’d earn. This offer is only available until midnight Wednesday 6 December 2017, so now might be the best time to pick up that new iPhone or Google Home. Plus, if you shop with a Qantas Frequent Flyer credit card, you could double dip and earn points on your card through the retail partnership.

If you haven’t already, make sure you create a Kogan account and link it to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account before you check out. It’ll take up to 60 days for the Qantas Points to appear in your frequent flyer account and you won’t receive any points if you return or cancel the purchases.


This isn’t the only bonus points offer Qantas is giving frequent flyers when they shop with partnered retailers in the lead up to Christmas either. You can also score 10 Qantas Points per $1 spent with David Jones (usually 5 points per $1) until midnight on 23 December 2017. If you shop with THE ICONIC, you can earn 7 points per $1 spent (rather than the usual 5 points per $1) until midnight on 24 December 2017. Microsoft is also rewarding frequent flyers with 4 Qantas Points per $1 spent (rather than 2 points per $1) until midnight on Christmas Eve as well. Check out the Qantas Online Mall for more bonus points offers with some of your favourite retailers.

Even without the bonus points offers, earning Qantas Points on purchases is an easy way to reward your generosity this holiday season. So before you fork out the cash on your next shopping spree, check if the merchant is partnered with the Qantas Frequent Flyer program to maximise your points.

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